- Fill the space with your vibes.
This is one way to make a hotel guest room feel like home. It’s time to furnish the area with items that make you feel calm and nostalgic for your house. Consider using an essential oil spray, a tiny oil diffuser, your favorite incense, a smudge stick, or one of these. After cleaning the hotel room, it’s crucial to fill it with something uplifting to imbue the space with your unique vibe.
- Remain glossy.
When you mix the dreaded dry air of an airline, changing climates, and the usually draining effects of travel, the result is dull dejected skin. Put a travel humidifier in your suitcase before checking into the hotel to give your skin a little care. It will be worthwhile to take up the room in your suitcase for it.
- Bring your preferred loungewear.
This is another to have with you if you want to feel at home in your hotel guest room. Your loungewear doesn’t need to be brand-new, expensive, or sexually explicit. Just be sure to bring something that is extremely comfy. Wear an oversized sweatshirt, super soft pants, or plain cotton pajamas.
- Invest some money in earplugs.
You can never be sure of the level of noise pollution in your hotel guest room. Even in ultra-luxurious accommodations, there is still the possibility of unwelcome outdoor noise from things such as neighborhood events, sirens, or an overly enthusiastic couple next door.
- Travel candles.
Pick up a couple of travel-sized scented candles the next time you’re traveling to a hotel and plan to spend the night there to set the perfect mood. Simple tea light candles infused with a few drops of essential oils also work well. Bear in mind that lavender in the hotel guest room may promote relaxation and sleep while citrus scents have an energetic effect.